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Caribbean Endemic Bird Festival Celebrates Year of the Bird

Caribbean Endemic Bird Festival Celebrates Year of the Bird

| April 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

April 22, 2018—This spring, groups throughout the Caribbean will be celebrating the birds that are only found here. 40 events on 14 islands are already on the schedule for this year’s Caribbean Endemic Bird Festival (CEBF). More than 80,000 Caribbean residents, friends and visitors will join in the activities, led by BirdsCaribbean. Earth day, April […]

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Virgin Islands Political Wild Cards 2

Virgin Islands Political Wild Cards 2

| April 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

Political commentary is controversial. Undoubtedly! But why is this so? Because it discusses power! And in the game of power the stakes are always high. Political commentary is necessary. It is a forum and venue, where issues, ideas, social demographics, the economy, campaigns, voter intentions, and so on and so forth, are discussed. And objectivity […]

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Peppermint Fresh

Peppermint Fresh

| April 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

Here’s an anecdote for headaches. Studies show that if you rub peppermint oil on your forehead you may be able to receive the pain and reduce the sensitivity associated with tension headaches. Mix peppermint oil with an equal amount of rubbing oil and apply a couple of drops to your forehead and temples. Wait 15 […]

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Name That Voice 31

Name That Voice 31

| April 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

Delia invites you to guess the name of the voice you hear in Name That Voice! It could be someone recently in the news, a celebrity, even a cartoon character. The names of everyone who supplied the correct answer will be noted and Delia will periodically select someone to experience something with her…Are you game? […]

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Sacred Foundation

Sacred Foundation

| April 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

My guest on The Dolor Factor this week is Delroy Alexander.  He is a seasoned project manager and sports administrator with international experience working as a management consultant in Europe and Africa. He is on the Global Advisory Board of the Academy of International Sport at GMU. Along with his team at the Sacred Sports Foundation, […]

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Petition to ban laws used to discriminate by race

Petition to ban laws used to discriminate by race

| April 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

Reform Immigration Laws to repeal those used in a racially discriminatory way. Why? The huge publicity of cases of alleged shameful violations of human rights of several Black members of the Caribbean “Windrush” generation who entered the UK prior to 1973 and were told by the Home Office that they would be deported unless they […]

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Pay Air Attention

Pay Air Attention

| April 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

This picture was taken on Southwest flight 1380 as it was travelling from New York to Dallas with 144 passengers and five crew members on Tuesday when it was forced to land in Philadelphia after one of the Boeing 737’s engines exploded, blowing out a window. I’ve lost count of the number of times I […]

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TWA Hotel 60’s Style

TWA Hotel 60’s Style

| April 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

New York’s John F. Kennedy airport treated the media to view a model suite of the TWA Hotel. The 512-room hotel is poised to change the way traveling with hotel nights feels in 2019. Its developers MCR and MORSE Development ensured guests won’t have sleepless nights from the sound of planes taking off, with soundproof […]

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Buy cheese

Buy cheese

| April 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

We all know that processed cheese isn’t healthy. It’s a quick fix, junk food. They don’t actually call themselves “cheese” but “singles” and “cheese products”  Have you wondered why? That’s because the ratio of artificial ingredients has far exceeded any trace of real cheese that may remain. To comply with FDA regulations, processed cheese with […]

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 Opportunity knocks: mid-career workers get ready

 Opportunity knocks: mid-career workers get ready

| April 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, did not mince words during last week’s Canada Growth Summit.  He intimated that artificial intelligence, big data and high tech machines could lead to mass unemployment, stagnant wages and political instability.  “If you substitute platforms for textile mills, machine learning for steam engines, Twitter for the telegraph, […]

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